by: Celeste Prater
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Released: July 2014
Emperor Lucien Tarquinius agrees to retrieve the future king of a race that annihilated every Insedi female and doomed his planet’s future. Why would he do such a thing? Simple. He cannot have his enemy retake the throne and continue the war against Insedivertus. Yet an unexpected encounter changes everything.
Just one day away from collecting the reluctant ruler, the royal transport inexplicably disappears from its flight path. As the empire scrambles to find their missing emperor, Lucien embarks on a journey that challenges his intellect, tests his endurance, and pushes his emotions to the breaking point.
Tana Jameson wonders who she pissed off to warrant an investigative assignment aboard a cargo ship in the middle of the Atlantic. A moment of curiosity jettisons her into an alien world beyond her imagination and directly into the arms of a man stepping right out of her wildest fantasy.
Book 4 in the Fueled By Lust Series compounds the desire to find an Insedi walking amongst us. How can you not want one of these males?
what a amazing series, I've had the pleasure of reading all of them so far and I'm glad I dont have to pick a favorite. Its not really a stand alone, but you may be able to get the story just reading this book. But I'd recommend reading the series.
I really enjoyed this book, mainly because the father is one of the main characters. It was really nice seeing her move the story like that. In the books before you were able to get a feel for Lucien, his personality how he ruled. In his own book, you will get to see him as a man on top of being a leader. It was fun to watch him battle his feelings. Tana played her part amazingly also not to shocked about aliens on a whole, sassy and independent. I loved her personality and how she got along with the other guards. My two favorite secondary characters and I hope they will eventually get their own books is Maxium and Kallon. Maxium and Kallon are very different in personalities... but their love of their world, friends and family is seen. I think they both helped a lot in making of this story.
A few hot yummie scenes, but I'd say the story line kept the book interesting and wanting to read.
The important lesson... the past is called the past for a reason, careful you dont use it to muck up your future. Enjoy
Daria gives this book a